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THE CIRCLE 



CIRCLE BOARD 
1964 

Editor-in-Chief Susan Localio 

Faculty Advisor Mrs. Harford Powel, Jr. 

Linda Pattberg Mary Travers 

Virginia Clemens Joan Harney 

Aline Hill Gail Gruver 

Dale Barraclough Ivers Bever 






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To 



Mrs. Richards 



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Mrs. O'Neil 




. . . whose willingness to chat and whose readiness 
to understand, have cheered us often during our 
stay at Abbot, to you we gratefully dedicate this 
yearbook. 



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ENGLISH 






Miss Margaret Way 
B. A. Honors, University 
of Cambridge, England 



Miss Ruth Stevenson 
A.B. Smith College 
M.A. University of 

Richmond in Virginia 



Miss Jean St. Pierre 

A.B. Wheaton College 

M.A. Columbia University 



HISTORY 






Miss Elizabeth Nields 

B.A. Radeliffe, Graduate 

work at Boston University 

and Boston Museum School 



Miss Mary Minard 
A.B. Smith College 



Miss Elizabeth Foulke 

A.B. Bryn Mawr; M.A. 

University of Pennsylvania 



LATIN 






Mrs. John Harrington 

Graduate of University 

of Vienna, Graduate work 

at Wellesly 



Mrs. Paul de Gavre 

A.B. New Jersey 
College for Women 



Miss Blair Danzoll 

A.B. Wheaton College 

Graduate work 

at American 

Academy in Rome 



MATHEMATICS 






Miss Carolvn Goodwin 
A.B., M.A. Smith College 



Miss Dorothy Dains 
A.B. Pembroke College 



Miss Judith Bratt 
A.B. Vassar College 



FRENCH 




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Mrs. John Bennett 

A.B. Pembroke College 

Graduate work 

at Harvard 



Mile. Germaine Arosa 

Prix d'exeellence de diction 

et de comedie, Paris; 

Middlebury College of French; 

The Sorbonne 



Mile. Marie Baratte 

Baccalaureat-es-Lettres 

Universitv of Bennes; 

B.S. Dumferline H.S.; 

M.A. Edinburgh University 






Mrs. Wayne Frederick 

B.S. in Education, Southeast 

Missouri College; M.A. 

Columbia University and 

The Sorbonne 



Mrs. Oscar Witten 

University of Frankfurt; 

The Sorbonne; Graduate 

School Columbia University 



Miss Edith Jones 

A.B. Middlebury College; 

Graduate work at New York 

State College for Teachers; 

McGill University; 

The Sorbonne 



SPANISH 



BIOLOGY 






Miss Dorothy Judd 

B.S. College of William 

and Mary; M.A. Columbia 

University; M.A. Middlebury 

College 

HISTORY OF ART 



Miss Pamela Tinker 

B.Sc. Honours, Diploma in 

Education, Sheffield University, 

England; Diploma in 

Administration 

University of Leeds 

ART 



Miss Barbara Keener 

B.A. Science; B.A. 

Science Teaching 

Gordon College 



SPEECH and DRAMA 




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Miss Laurie Smith 
A.B. Wellesly College 



BIBLE 




Dr. Hans Sidon 

A.B., B.D. University of 

Dubuque; Ph.D. Graduate 

School, Southern Baptist 

Theological Seminary 



Mrs. Harford Powel 

Bachelor of Design, 

Harriet Sophie 

Newcomb College 



LIBRARIAN 




Mrs. Mary Baker 

A.B. Vassar College 

M.A. BadclifTe College 

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Miss O. C. Von Erpecom 

Diploma-Royal Academy of 

Dramatic 

Art in London; Study at 

University 

of Florence, National Theatre 

of Bergen, Norway, and Old 
Vic Theatre School of London 

BOOK STORE 

MANAGER and TYPING 




Mrs. Dorothy Quintal 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 



LANGUAGE TRAINING 




Mrs. Walter Greenall, Jr. 




Miss Margot Warner, Miss Lily Siao, Mrs. Charles Stahle. 
Missing: Miss Gertrude Tingley. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Mrs. J. Kenrick Butler, Miss Laurie Smith, Miss Barbara Keener, Miss Shirley 
Ritchie. 



HOUSE ADVISORS 



INFIRMARY 





Mrs. John Levo, Mrs. Lillian Ellis, Mrs. Capen 
Abbott. 



Miss Marian Perkins, Dr. Michael Gravallese, Miss 
Kathleen Ayre. 



Administration 






Miss Eleanor M. Tucker 
A.B., M.A. Smith College 



Miss Isabel M. Hancock 

A.B. Hollins College; M.A. in 

Teaching, Radcliffe College 



Mrs. Eldon Mayer 

Bouve-Boston School of 

Physical Education 





Mrs. R. Scott Quinlan, Mrs. Caroline C. Eaton, 
Mrs. Matt Novak, Mrs. Catherine Davies. 



Mrs. Lynwood Howard, Mrs. Marie Bonde. 






Miss Jane Sullivan 
Mrs. Frank DiClemente 



M.A. Louise Robinson 



Mrs. Malcom Sachse, Mr. Gardner 
Sutton, Mrs. Perry Wile 



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Kitchen 
Staff 



Edith Wight, Laura Scanlon, Emile Roy, Mr. 
Bonde, David Brooks, Walter Croteau. 



Miss Logan, Edith Egerton, Chris Boyle, 
Rose Prestose, Crystal Craig, Louise Wein- 
gait. 




Maintenenance Men 




John Loszewski, John Keith, Bill McKee, William Corey, 
Jim McCann, William Cambell, Jim Buder, Earnest Tur- 
ton, William Schubert. 




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The Great Pumpkin is watching you 



Class Play 3, New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4, Honor Roll 
3, 4, Library Committee 4. 

Sue . . . the blushes . . . "I'd talk in class but I 
can't think of anything to say!" . . . big green eyes 
. . . obstinately curly hair . . . mathematical genius 
. . . tea and cookies . . . "You must be kidding" . . . 
"Oh Joy!" ... "I can't whistle" . . . Abbot stride 
. . . high B on the clarinet . . . "Ciao" ... "I 
object" . . . "But." 



SUSAN WHITIN ALMY 
445 East 68th Street, New York City 



Class Play 1, Debating 1, A Capella 2, Honor Roll 
3, Varsity Tennis 3, 4, Varsity Lacrosse 3, Numerals 
3, Vice President of A.A.A., Sunday School Teacher 
2. 

Keerol . . . "My diet starts Monday!" . . . "Ill 
buy the French bread, you buy the cream cheese" 
. . . her spurs are silver and her pony is red . . . 
choir robe caper . . . little, big sister .* . . Just take 
the cereal bowls away; she'll be down any minute 
... "I know my bed was here this morning — I 
remember I didn't make it!" . . . "Is this my desk 
or the dumpshute?" 



CAROL ANNE BARKER 
2620 Woody Drive, Billings, Montana 





And from the library chair — Zzzzzz. 



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Class Play 1, 2, New Fidelio 2, A Cappella 2, Fidelio 
3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Board 4, W.U.S. 
Representative 4. 

Albino . . . The Scarlet H . . . skating ringer . . . 
grey flannel canoe . . . "HUNHI" . . . Sweet 21 and 
never been kissed . . . Barraclew ... "A thousand 
pardons" . . . Mrs. Wickham's Cabbage Patch . . . 
"I deny it" . . . "Aaaarrroooooughaaa Dive!" . . . 
"Hardly" . . . "I'm sorry" . . . Ho, Ho, Ho. 



DALE SUSAN BARRACLOUGH 
8 Punchard Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts 



Class Play 1, 2, A Cappella 1, 2, Corridor Proctor 1, 
Debating 2, President of Debating 3, New Fidelio 
2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Chanticleers, Fidelio 3, 4, Talent 
Show 3, Varsity Tennis 3, 4, Sub Varsity Softball 3, 
Numerals 4. 

Melinda . . . sweet, personable, attractive . . . 
Hurtle . . . kleenex . . . "But I know I flunked that 
Chemistry testl" . . . "that gal" . . . garden vegetable 
soup . . . homemade cookies . . . "Pat, you're so 
organized!" . . . the sea of books and papers . . . 
Finlandia . . . Prodigal Sun . . . "What am I going 
to do?" 



MELINDA BATEMAN 
R.D. #1 Westmoreland, New Hampshire 





It's my turtle's re-birthday! 



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MARY-IVERS BEVER 

23 Highland Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 



/ won't take my extract of malt! 



Photography Club President 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 
Debating 2, P. A. Orchestra 2, 3, Cynosure Photo- 
graphy Board 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Circle Board 4, 
Fidelio 3, 4, Fire Lieutenant 4. 

Ives, Boops, Mib, Beaver, Schnookie . . . "There 
is no frideette like a book" . . . neurotic . . . Cam- 
bridge stride . . . roast beef specials . . . weighs her- 
self five times daily . . . "Windsor would be so much 
better for my character" . . . oranges . . . "Hey, hey? 
It's cold in here" . . . "If I talk loud enough you 
won't be able to get to sleep" . . . prospective light- 
ing technician? . . . mumfrug. 



Class Play 2, 3, New Fidelio 3, Photography Club 
3, 4, Varsity Tennis 3, 4, Parents' Weekend Play 4, 
Fidelio 4. 

Luce . . . "It's Not for Me to Say" . . . "About this 
thing called crew" ... in love with Snoopy . . . 
such a vile and unforgiveable intrusion . . . Brooks 
. . . "It's snowing!" . . . Don't think twice, it's all 
right . . . those weekends . . . she sleeps facing west 
. . . "excuse me for a minute" . . . jade toilet seats 
. . . "Is the mail in yet?" . . . wishful thinking . . . 
singing in the truck in Nassau . . . Oh Sure! . . . 
early morning showers ... "I want you to know!" 



LUCRETIA WOODBRIDGE BINGHAM 
P.O. Box 5278, Nassau, Bahamas 




AU right . . . who stole the eight ball? 




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'The Sandbox" 



Honor Roll 2, 3, Cynosure 2, New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 
3, 4, Librarian 4, Courant 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, 
Chanticleers, Drama Workshop 4. 

Pagina, Paiger . . . "Sure, guys — that's in there" . . . 
lumberjacket ... "I want you to know, guys, that 
what I really like is people' ... la directrice . . . 
Madame Tusso reject . . . "1168 Massachusetts 
Avenue — oh, sure, guys!" . . . "Now I have John" 
. . . misanthrope . . . ROSEMREE . . . "Well, I was 
just going to say that ..."... dormi bene. . . . 



LILIAN PAIGE BOSSI 
95 Pembroke Road, Darien, Connecticut 



A Cappella 2, Library Committee 2, 3, 4, New Fidelio 
2, Fidelio 3, 4, Class Play 3, Fencing Prize 3, Sun- 
day School Teacher 3, Corridor Proctor 4, Photo- 
graphy Club 4. 

Allis . . . TGIF . . . ragg mopp . . . sun bleached, 
naturally curly hair . . . always singing . . . long 
showers . . . Deerfield . . . "Aw come on, you guys — 
I ONLY live here" . . . "Ill say" . . . "That's nice" 
. . . Connecticut . . . "Chalk up another one". . . . 




Forsooth, what light . . . ? 



ALLIS CHAMPION BROOKS 
312 Rugby Road, Syracuse, New York 










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CONSTANCE ELLEN CHAMBERLAIN 
2345 Center Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 



Mow Mrs. Mayer — about that tea 
dance . . . 



Junior Class Play 2, Talent Show 3, Bazaar Com- 
mittee Chairman 3, Honorable Mention 3, Social 
Representative 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, School Social 
Chairman 4. 

Heavenly . . . "It's the screamers" . . . "Cool it!" 
. . . hysterical nervous breakdowns . . . "He was 
such a NICE boy" . . . dum-dum's horror show . . . 
"Yeah, 'cuz we do" . . . "Ahmpiz'd, I mean I'm 
really yanked" . . . F.J.M.T.T.G. ... the human 
garage disposal . . . playing the role . . . Unchained 
Melody ... long earrings . . . "Hey, kid, ready for 
your six-inchers?" . . . "Was that before or after the 
Telephone Call?" . . . end of story. 



Class Play 2, 3, Talent Show 3, Play Production 3, 4, 
Debating 3, 4, Corridor Proctor 4. 

Chas . . . Snoopy . . . "No, you may not borrow 
my typewriter" . . . J.H.C. . . . Christmas carols . . . 
Leopard skin coat . . . Bow Wow Farm . . . Cows 
. . . books . . . mass confusion . . . "Miss Bratt" . . . 
Blond (?) hair . . . Corridor procter, pooh, pooh 
. . . "It's so non-you" . . . Talent (?). 




MARY RAMSAY CHASE 
Bow Wow Farm, Great Barrington, Massachusetts 



Don't shod! 




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LEE MEIGS CLARK 
101 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts 



Our group had 23% fewer cavities! 



Class Play 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Tennis Sub-Varsity 
3, Demerit Council 3, Cynosure Staff 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Treasurer of Day Students 4, Photography 
Club 4, Numerals 4, Co-Captain of Ski Club 4, Ten- 
nis Varsity 4, W-U.S. Representative 4. 

Leezy . . . Choing, choing, choing . . . Free skiing 
at every boy's prep school . . . Fizzies . . . the West, 
me and 55 head ... "I can't see into my mailbox" 
. . . stories . . . "What does the 'M' stand for?" . . . 
that indicting forefinger . . . New skirt? I found it 
. . . stories . . . "What does the 'M' stand for?" . . . 
. . . Paul Revere . . . Captain of Varsity Sliding. 



A Cappella 2, Library Committee 2, 3, 4, Class Play 
2, Talent Show 3, Tennis Sub-Varsity 3, 4, Corridor 
Proctor 3, Head Chapel Proctor 3, Bazaar Committee 
Chairman 3, Cynosure 4, Chairman of World Affairs 
Club 4, Circle Board 4. 

Gin . . . the Mill . . . silver identification label 
. . . red hair . . . blue loden coat . . . "Nance, I've 
got to STOP thinking about THAT BOY!" . . . Dick 
. . . that infamous jeep ... soft spoken determina- 
tion . . . those house parties . . . doll from Harvard 
. . . GUM ... la coiffeuse . . . well informed . . . 
beef stroganoff . . . Nassau. 



VIRGINIA LEWIS CLEMENS 
36 Mill Lane, Hingham, Massachusetts 




Dear John 




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MARTHA COLEMAN 

610 Esplanade, Pelham Manor, New York 



Shall I wear my hair this way to the 
prom? 



Cynosure Staff 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, Varsity Tennis 

2, 3, 4, Class President 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Fidelio 

3, 4, Bazaar Chairman 3, Talent Show 3, Sunday 
School Teach 4. 

Hi Lauriehey Lauriehi . . . "To be, or not to be." 
... I thought that I might do some math — Sure 
. . . H.G.M.I. . . . The Proctor . . . "It is an honest 
ghost" . . . There are always English papers due 
. . . Orbit creams are "in" at the S.B. ... "I don't 
know what Sue was doing in the chair in my closet" 
. . . "Sleeping is the nicest thing I know of, next to 
vacations" . . . "After ail, tomorrow is another day." 



Corridor Proctor 2, Fire Lieutenant 2, Chapel Proctor 
3, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Photography Club 
3, 4, W.U.S. Representative 4, Varsity Hockey 4. 

The Library — home away from home . . . "He's 
such a dear" . . . "However, such is life" . . . "Close 
the door, people!" . . . Pet Peeve: Insomnia . . . That 
Mid-Victorian look . . . "All right, if you insist." 



HESTER COOLIDGE 

Argilla Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts 





Now I have EVERY toothbrush on 
the corridor! 



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/ just swallowed the eight ball! 



Corridor Proctor 3, Debating Club 3, Courant 3, 4, 
Honor Roll 3, Current Events Club 4. 

"Well, girls" . . . "Would anyone like a turnip??? 
or maybe some chicken noodle soup? — it's really 
good" . . . "so cut off your hand" . . . "Weenie is so 
cute" . . . "do you know that she ..."... "Oh fine" 
. . . "Do you heed a chaperone to take a Sunday 
leave to Exeter?" 



MARGARET BEATRICE DEUTSCH 
61 Loomis Place, New Haven 11, Connecticut 



Honorable Mention 3, Drama Workshop 3, Fidelio 
4, Photography Club 4, Library Club 3. 

Lisa . . . Sunday coffee hours . . . Peter . . . 
"Bunnywash" . . . modern dance . . . "It's good for 
you" . . . fingernails . . . chemistry . . . Exeter Sum- 
mer School ... "I don't really live here — it just looks 
that way" . . . "Hey Allis, may I borrow. . ." 




Yum yum, good enough to eat. 



MARY ELIZABETH DURHAM 
8 Stonehedge Road, Andover, Massachusetts 




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The creative dilemma. 



A Cappella 2, Talent Show 3, Senior Proctor, Sunday 
School Teaching 4, Current Events Club 4. 

Joanie . . . lukewarm minestrone and pink lemon- 
ade . . . "Ma-a-a-r-r-rrgret" . . . "Joan, get out of 
bed, it's 7:10" . . . "Can we have the radio on?" . . . 
"Lucy, stop twirling your hair!" . . . "Would you 
like a grapefruit?" . . . Fades into the wall at whim 
. . . "and this is Oakey" . . . Sunday Callers ... "I 
wonder if" . . . gullible . . . sincere and sympathetic. 



JOAN ELIZABETH EMERSON 
115 Harner Avenue, Roselyn Heights, New York 



Proctor 2, 4, Class Play 2, Talent Show 3, New 
Fidelio 3, Cynosure 3, 4, Sunday School Teacher 3, 
4, Fidelio 4, Current Events Club 4. 

Luce-Luce . . . "We love him and he sounds like 
a teddy bear" . . . "You're brown" . . . "not my mid- 
winter itch" . . . "Of course I love people, why 
shouldn't I?" . . . Subs with everything . . . lousy 
mixers . . . naturally curly hair . . . Cambridge. 



LUCY VOYLE EYNON 
Sycamore Road, Edgeworth, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 





You'll get yours. 



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MARGARET RADFORD FINNIGAN 
Quarters "C" Naval Base, Newport, Rhode Island 



Bottoms up 



Talent Show 3, Honor Roll 3, Photography Club 4, 
Corridor Proctor 3, 4, Debate Club 4, Honorable 
Mention 4. 

Margie . . . Marg . . . Red Rover, Red Rover, send 
Margie right over . . . It's a happy lizzie's party 
. . . Extra sensory food perception . . . Mme. De- 
farge . . . Early decision at St. Georges . . . "Oh, 
do I get to empty the wastepaper basket today?" 
. . . How neat! . . . Censored dancing ... 12 P.M. 
Margie's Romper Room . . . Desire for ankle length 
hair . . . My Inspiring Friend, John . . . Heidi's little 
chambermaid, Brown and Serve. 



Honorable Mention 2, Executive Bazaar Committee 
3, Talent Show 3, Corridor Proctor 2, 4, Fidelio 4, 
Cynosure Business Staff 4. 

Fo . . . Little One . . . M.M. . . . "Patty, me boy" 
(with a slight Irish brogue) . . . "but just as a 
friend" . . . "I'm so fat!" . . . acute allergy to ele- 
phants . . . "Yike!" . . . Orthopods . . . "Ya' got a cake 
in your ear?" . . . The Untouchable . . . cokes and 
chips and discs . . . "Look, it's snowing" . . . enough 
clothes to sink a battleship . . . "I'm Peter Pan and 
I won't grow up" . . . George, she . . . "Don't pat 
me on the head!" . . . security is being one of the 
gang. 



MARTHA ANNE FOLEY 
18 Carpenter Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 




The ratio of cows to people in New 
Hampshire? 




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What do you mean "keep smiling' — 
there's something crawling up 
back . . . 



my 



JO-ANWYL FOSTER 

10 Smithshire Estates, Andover, Massachusetts 



Class Play i, JJ.S.A.C.A. Representative 1, Dance 
Committee 1, 2, D.S. Proctor 2, Current Events 
Club 2, W.U.S. Representative 2, 4, Talent Show 3, 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, 
Sub-Varsity Tennis 3, Sub-Varsity Lacrosse 3, Photo- 
graphy Club 4, Fidelio 3, 4. 

Josh . . . History notes (?)... "What's this about 
a scandal at Harvard?" . . . "This is the sound of the 
Invictas" . . . How many times Maria . . . P.M.O. 
. . . Just be casual . . . College applications??? . . . 
"I have 1 a feeling that I am going to get caught." 



New Fidelio 3, Class Play 3, Honorable Mention 3, 
Debating Club 3, Corridor Proctor 3, Bazaar Com- 
mittee Chairman, Cheerleader 3, 4, Drama Work- 
shop 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Debating President 4. 

Sal, Salamander . . . "Hi y'all" . . . "eeek" . . . 
H 2 2 . . . "I'll start my diet tomorrow" . . . passion 
for chocolate chip cookies . . . knee length ski 
sweaters . . . "Where's Amy?" . . . comic stripper 
... a seeing eye dog and a quest for contacts . . . 
"I get to be Prince Charming, I'm the biggest" . . . 
the case of the shrinking nightgown •. . . sticky 
fingers. 



SARAH MARJORIE FROEBER 
227 Roslyn Road, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 





C'mon, Prince Charming, gimme back 
my glass slipper. 



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ELIZABETH ST. LAWRENCE GRISWOLD 
5040 Wolf Road, Erie, Pennsylvania 



7 Have a Love — 



Social Chairman 2> Cheerleader 2, 3, Cheerleading 
Co-Captain 4, Soccer 1, 4, Class Play 2, 3, Fidelio 
3, 4, Fidelio President 4, Choir 4, Co-President Drama 
Workshop 4. 

Lawrie, Grizzy, Mumfred ... Is Mumfred lost 
again? Perhaps if you look under the gum wrappers 
. . . The living entity of Caesar's ghost — but even 
grease paint can't hide her eyes . . . Has a hair-do 
ever caused such furor in the Abbot faculty? . . . 
"I can't let you in, Mrs. Ellis, the doorknob's gone" 
. . . interesting bio growth in the Coke bottles . . . 
"Drink a Highball at Nightfall" . . . Ha-a-a-arlie 
Chorse . . . S^h-h-h Mumfred's asleep, in the closet 
again, with the light on. 



Class Play 3, Photography Club 3, 4, Cynosure Staff 
3, 4, Circle Board 4. 

Omnipresent beeping camera . . . Nothing Box 
. . . striped sheets . . . "You know what hollow 
cheeks mean?" . . . apples a day . . . J.B. . . . foot- 
prints . . . Fidelio reject . . . adamant supporter of 
Abbot rules . . . "My contacts are stuck again!" 



GAIL ANN GRUVER 
P.O. Box 690, Tripoli, Libya 





Posture week practice 



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Aw Tinkerbell . . . LET GO! 



Class Play 3, New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4, President of 
Photography Club 3, 4, Bazaar Committee Chairman, 
Circle Board, Current Events Club 4. 

Joanie . . . busy, busy, busy . . . dirty clothes piled 
on the chair . . . grey jumper, flowered blouse . . . 
pills for every ailment . . . runs on nervous energy 
. . . "Sit down and tell me your problems" . . . likes: 
people, peace and quiet, psychology, volleyball, cal- 
culus. 



JOAN WAUGH HARNEY 

A/S Norske Esso, P.O. Box 1369, Oslo, Norway 



Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4), Cynosure 2, 3, 
4, New Fidelio 2, Class Treasurer 2, Corridor Proctor 
2, Class Play 2, Honor Roll 3, Talent Show 3, Bazaar 
Executive Committee 3, Choir 4, Sunday School 
Teacher 4, Fidelio 3, 4. 

Cor . . . "malaZONda!" . . . "but . . . but . . . but" 
. . . Varsity Beanbag . . . strong alto . . . Pepsodent 
smile . . . enthusiastic Army supporter, Navy unheard 
of . . . security is handing in a paper early . . . her 
laugh rocks the roof . . . Exeter guide . . . folk music 
is the only music, next to surfing music . . . that 
circle pin look . . . "Owl, you and I have brains, the 
rest have fluff." 



CORLISS DALE HEWITT 

320 Bay Avenue, Huntington, New York 




Don't talk with your mouth full. 




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Do you mean I have to leave my 
teddy bear home too? 

Fidelio 3, 4, Chanticleers, Cynosure Business Staff 
3, 4, Honorable Mention 3, Talent Show 3, Circle 
Board 4, Cheerleader 4. 

Al . . . "I waste more time writing that boy" . . . 
Caution, Hill and Curves . . . the silent one . . . 
champagne ... a contortionist? . . . "You're so or- 
ganized" . . . the human fog horn . . . Austin Healeys 
and black nightgowns . . . Petunia . . . "Now if I 
had stayed at the high school" . . . absent-minded 
. . . Scotch. 



ALINE MEADOWCROFT HILL 

163 Woodridge Circle, New Canaan, Connecticut 



Honor Roll 3, Chanticleers, Fidelio 4. 

Midge . . . "Up in Maine last summer" . . . 
"Where's my Ouija board?" ... a crazy grin and 
a carefree "HI" . . . bony elbows . . . skinny ankles 
. . . neady combed hair . . . bright eyes, laughing 
face and wrinkled nose . . . organization plus . . . 
Addison Gallery addict . . . fresh air fiend. 



MARGARET ROSE HINKLEY 
108 Country Club Road, Melrose, Massachusetts 





*1 

Guaranteed by Good Housekeeping 



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Are you sure this is the way Ameri- 
cans rake leaves??? 



Fidelio 4. 



Barbie . . . Gorgeous! . . . "But I like America" 
. . . "One thing, one little thing" . . . wild weekends 
— mighty dodgy ... "I can't stick it" . . . straight 
out the gate, four thousand miles . . . "It's tomorrow 
now in England" . . . jolly hockey stick . . . haw, 
haw . . . H.G.M.I. (CM.) . . . "We can go down 
south where it's warm" . . . "Shall I do my loony 
act?" . . . Plaid underwear. 



BARBARA SHIRLEY HUGON 
30 Carrwood Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England 



Honor Roll 3, Class Play 3, A.C.A. Representative 3, 
Courant Board 3, 4, Courant Editor 4, Fidelio 4. 

Amy . . . trolls consumed . . . her sanctuary — the 
art studio . . . "Good night, Sweet Prince" . . . The 
C+ . . . H.G.M.A. . . . Please start your English 
paper . . . "For some reason we don't get many fac- 
ulty subscriptions to Courant" . . . Charlotte Sophia 
. . . The Sr. Mids are playing "Bye Bye Birdie" again 
... "I think I have an original thought." 



AMY EDITH JOHNSON 

137 Richmond Avenue, Worcester 2, Massachusetts 





Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your 
long hair. 



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Just turtle and me and doggy makes 
three. 



Debating Club 1, Class Play 1, 2, W.U.S. Representa- 
tive 2, A Cappella 2, Corridor Proctor 3, Fire Lieu- 
tenant 4, Current Events Club 4, Library Committee 
4, Leader for Christian Science Church 4. 

Kit . . . "Jack (sigh)" . . . "There's been another 
revolution in Venezuela" ... "I must get down to 
work" . . . stuffed animals ... "I really am on a diet 
now!" . . . Misty . . . When in need . . . see Kit for 
food . . . the only scale . . . "But I'm freezing!" . . . 
5 blankets at night . . . loves: Jack, mail, Math, Air 
Force Academy, and HEAT. 



KRISTINA DAWN JONES 

Creole Petroleum Corporation, 

Apartado 889, Caracas, Venezuela 



A Cappella 2, Cynosure 2, 3, 4, (Managing Editor 4), 
Class Play 2, W.U.S. Representative 2, Class Presi- 
dent 2, Sunday School Teacher 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, 
Fidelio 3, 4, Corridor Proctor 3, Soccer Varsity 3, 
Tennis Varsity 3, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, 
Talent Show 3, Choir 4, Vice-President of Student 
Government 4. 

Di . . . perpetual smile . . . "You have some food 
you'd like to lend me, don't you?" . . . "Wait a 
minute! I have to take my contacts out — they've 
been in for five hours already!" . . . overnights in 
the bathtub . . . Exeter . . . clomp, clomp, clomp 
. . . "Yeah, no kidding!" . . . "But why can't I meet 
any P.A. Seniors?" . . . Boston accent 



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Yes, I honestly do believe every girl 
should . . . 



DIANA LYNNE KIARSIS 

18 High Street, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 







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ELFRIEDE PITTMAX LAAFF 

81 Reservation Road. Andover. Massachusetts 



Good morning, dear! 



Class Treasurer 1, D.S. Proctor 1. A.C.A. Representa- 
tive 1. 2, A Cappella 1, 2, New Fidelio 2, Class Play 
2, D.S. Dance Committee 2, Sub-Varsity Hockey 
2, 3. Talent Show 3. Numerals 3, Fidelio 3, 4. Hockey 
Varsity 4. Photography Club 4, Day Student Presi- 
dent 4. 

Friedel, Fertz . . . "Hey that reminds me, I think 
I scrapped the car yesterday" . . . "Only 68.3 days 
and 15 pounds until I see Michael again" . . . "Hey, 
you know I'm on Stu-G" . . . "No one else in my 
family has red hair, freckles, and a Roman nose" . . . 
"Who has the car today?" 



Corridor Proctor 2, Class Play 2. Honorable Mention 
2, Class President 3, Prom Committee 3, Bazaar Ex- 
ecutive Committee 3. Director of Talent Show 3. 
Cynosure 2, 3, 4, Cynosure Feature Editor 4, Vice- 
President of Class 4, Honorable Mention 4. 

'Mom' ... a potential screamer . . . "Changed key 
again, eh Judy?" ... 7 Gracie Square, New York's 
only youth hostel . . . "Gee, you've got a swell Mom" 
. . . N.P. . . . "Hm-m-m. let's focus in on that . . ." 
. . . Slaughter on Tenth Avenue . . . "Ya missed 
your big chance" . . . "Well, I mean REALLY!" . . . 
traumatic telephone calls . . . "Hey. P.P. . . .** 



JUDITH COXWAY LAXG 
7 Gracie Square, New York City, Xew York 




Miss Gracie Square 1964 




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And here I sit, an ugly, tongueless 
lump. 

Class Play 3, Talent Show 3, New Fidelio 3, Class 
Treasurer 3, Courant 3, Honorable Mention 3, Fide- 
lio 4, Editor-in-Chief of the Circle 4. 

Susie, Suse . . . uniform jumper . . . mighty 
mouse . . . "Who else wears a size 5?" . . . the chin 
. . . "Deadline? Oh it was last week!" . . . apples 
and Saltines . . . "But Dahling, I'm sooo sophisti- 
cated" . . . The Tundra Bush . . . "How can you 
live in such squalor?" . . . The Bard of Boom 42 
. . . "Guess what I dreamed last night?" . . . "I'm 
unloved!" . . . perpetual grin. 



SUSAN EMILY LOCALIO 
63 East 66th Street, New York 21, New York 



Class Play 2, Talent Show 3, Sunday School Teacher 
4, Assistant Social Chairman 4, Current Events Club 
4. 

^ Merricat . . . "Excuse me, please" . . . "Certainly 
I've done all my work" . . . "How's the situation in 
'M'?" . . . "Sure I do" . . . spare rib, garlic and tab 
. . . rubbing alcohol . . . black . . . split ends . . . 
personal integration . . . Look Lou! 



DEBORAH MEREDITH LOW 
198 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Massachusetts 




Yes, I'm your Mixer date. 




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"ft Was a Very Good Year" — for 
small town bears. 



New Fidelio 2, Class Play 3, Fidelio 3, 4, Fidelio 
Librarian 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Choir President 4, Drama 
Workshop 4. 

Lootch, Lucia, Naiome Navajo . . . Long hair and 
dark eyes, relaxing in a brown easy chair . . . "This 
room is a mess" . . . Yea Fton . . . "But I like to 
twirl my hair" . . . that duck walk . . . "Quiet please, 
I'm typing" . . . Vitamins cure all . . . "Could I 
borrow that?" . . . "Parliaments, please" . . . neat- 
ness plus . . . Agnes . . . and the quiet guitar. 



LUCY GAINES MACK 
9 Wahackme Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 



A.C.A. Representative 4, Current Events Club 4. 

Becca . . . knock, knock . . . "Hi, you guys!" . . . 
"Scusee" . . . "How do you spell — ?"... bubbly and 
bouncy . . . "Ohh!" . . . "Do you like my hair this 
way?" . . . "Licensee must use 3 inch cushion on 
driver's seat at all times while operating a motor 
vehicle" . . . friends with everyone. 



REBECCA NELL MARTI 
5885 Munger Road, Dayton, Ohio 





As long as you're up would you get 
me a Grant's? 



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You should see the other fella! 



Class Treasurer 1, A.C.A. Play 1, Class Play 1, 2, 
Day Student Dance Committee 1, A Cappella 1, 2, 
Varsity Softball 2, 3, Bazaar Committee Chairman, 
Sub- Varsity Tennis 4, Gargoyle Captain 4. 

Jaxs . . . "All right, are you gonna cut stamp? now 
or in ten minutes?" . . . Walk like a man . . . Jack 
the Mack (truck) . . . "Yes, I have my kneesocks 
today" . . . What else do you have in there, Jax? 
. . . that laugh . . . "Who checked us out?" ... "I 
hate boys!" 



JACQUELINE LEE MEYERS 
23 Alden Road, Andover, Massachusetts 



Modern Dance Group 2, Courant Board 2, 3, 4, As- 
sistant Editor of Courant 4, New Fidelio 3, Class 
Play 3, Fidelio 4, Choir 4, Drama Workshop 4. 

Rose, Rosie . . . cranberry . . . lots of marm, but 
no marge . . . pure pallor . . . "by and large, you'll 
find ..."... cheap wino . . . Dostoevski, Soph- 
ocles, and Alfred Hitchcock . . . teen queen . . . 
"how edifying, not to mention salubrious" . . . Les 
petits insectes . . . "It's-me-Rose ..."... domesti- 
city on an academic level. 



ROSEMARIE MONATT 
512 Thomas Street, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 





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No sense can be made out of agricul- 
tural finance. 






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What do you mean there's no skim 
milk left! 



Honor Roll 3, W.U.S. Representative 3, Fidelio 3, 4, 
Debating 3, 4, Choir 4, Choir Accompanist 4, Treas- 
urer of A.C.A. 4. 



Pat . . . Snuff, Snuff 
. . . organization plus . . 
the Old . . . hairpiece . 
. . . "WHICH Bill?" . . 
Great Confiscator. 



. . prospective Jag owner 

the monkey face . . . Gorm 

. . Chapel talks on dignity 

poised and stately . . . the 



PATRICIA GERTRUDE MORRILL 
311 Glendalyn Place, Spartanburg, South Carolina 



Talent Show 3, Davis Hall Proctor 4. 

Gren, Shun . . . "Roooom-mate!" . . . Patience . . . 
;;Will you PLEASE hurry up?" . . . MY clothes! . . . 
"WHAT are you doing in my closet?!" . . . more 
mail . . . Mme. DeFarge . . . contact lenses . . . 
"Crazy St. John Valley Cannuck." 



GRETCHEN SNYDER OVERBAGH 

631 Main Street, Madawaska, Maine 




I'm trying to shake the habit. 




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EDITH PAFFARD 
106 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 



Avon calling. 



Class Play 2, 3, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4, Varsity Ten- 
nis 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, W.U.S. Representative 
3, A.C.A. Representative 3, A.A.A. Representative 3, 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Numerals 3, Sunday 
School Teacher 3, 4, President of A.A.A. 4. 

Heidi . . . "But I don't want to look like Friar 
Tuck!" . . . another member of the C.P. Club . . . 
"Hey, Ma, I don't need no skis for Christmas — just 
wax my feet!" . . . varsity hockey, basketball, tennis, 
eating, and shoe-hoarding . . . "On the Terrace" — 
"Paffard Place" . . . the missing pin . . . strawberry 
ice-capades . . . "Why, Mrs. Ellis, ME?" 



1, Day Student Proctor 1, Co-Director 

3, Class Play 1, 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 

Library Committee 2, 3, New Fidelio 

Class Secretary 3, A.C.A. Representa- 

Lacrosse 3, Numerals 3, Executive 

Bazaar 3, Photography Club 3, 4, 

3, 4, "A" Pin 4, Editor-in-Chief of 



Class President 
of Prep Play 1, 
Cynosure 2, 3, 
2, Fidelio 3, 4, 
tive 3, Varsity 
Committee of 
Varsity Tennis 
Cynosure 4. 

B, Bridge . . . creative . . . loves to harmonize . . . 
that Chowder Race in MAINE last summer . . . 
"Sixty-nine heffalumps went out to play ..."... 
flying kites down Routes 93 and 128?? . . . those 
wild parties at 116 Myrtle Street . . . Peter, Paul, 
and Furd . . . "Will you just stop emulating in pub- 
lic?" . . . "FOUL!!!" ... and, Bridget, did you hear 
that they have added a new dining room at Brooks? 



BRIDGET LAWRENCE PARSON 
104 Hidden Road, Andover, Massachusetts 





Avon called. 



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And they named the baby Linda! 



Class Play 3, W.U.S. Representative 3, Talent Show 

3, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, Corridor Proctor 

4, Circle Board 4. 

Linda, Lin . . . the quest for a hairstyle . . . soccer 
ace . . . her claim to fame . . . baths with accompani- 
ment . . . Chekhov and O'Toole . . . black coat and 
spy hat and Him . . . Beauregarde - sniff! . . . $$$$$ 
. . . "Ooooo! I had SUCH a good dream last night 
..."... omni-messy bed ... "I just had the best 
French class." 



LINDA ANNE PATTBERG 
249 Mountain Avenue, Ridgewood, New Jersey 



A Cappella 2, Class Play 2, 3, Drama Workshop 3, 
4, Courant 3, 4, Fidelio 3, 4, Chanticleers 3, 4, 
Choir 4. 

Pris, Prissy . . . olive green corduroy and black 
legs ... at breakfast: "Two smalls, a medium, and 
a HUGE" . . . "Just wait until it gets real long, just 
wait" . . . Ringo . . . "Don't step in the pile!" . . . joy, 
grief, mirth, shame, piety, hilarity, humility and 
lumbago . . . "Well, we're arty, we are!" . . . pale 
girls are . . . 'til salmon sing in the street. 



PRISCILLA PEDERSEN 
95 Appletree Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 




Not "Tom Dooley," not "Michael,' 
and net the "Sloop John B." 




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According to recent surveys . 



Talent Show 3, Honor Roll 3, Bazaar Committee 
Chairman 3, Corridor Proctor 3, 4, Sunday School 
Teacher 4, Current Events Club 4, Varsity Hockey 
4, Class Secretary 4. 

Pu . . . "People, I don't even want to tell you" 
. . . "But the thing is ...".. . "But you don't 
understand" ... "I want one of my very own" . . . 
coke and milanos . . . strange nightcaps . . . Chinese 
pattern sentences . . . calls from Exeter. 



LINDA JOSEPHINE PERKIN 
325 Lakeland Avenue, Grosse Pointe 30, Michigan 



New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3, 4, Photography Club 4. 

Lee . . . "slowly I turn ..."... "Don't hit my 
teddy bear!" — scrunch — moooooo . . . clean hair 
every other night . . . pet peeve: sewerage . . . 
"babydoll, honeybun, cutiepie, where've you been 
all my 1-i-f-e?" . . . Peter O'Toole. 




Babies are our business, our only 
business. 



LEE PORTER 
3 Ridge Drive, Port Washington, New York 




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No, you can't have a lick! 



Day Student Proctor 1, Class Vice-President 2, Class 
Dance Committee 2, Varsity Soccer 3, Fidelio 3, 4, 
Class Song Leader 3, 4, Secretary of A.A.A. 4. 

Nan, Nance . . . Sunburn and that student recital 
. . . "Tomas" . . . "Are you sure you want the top 
down in February?" . . . The Prince George . . . 
letters from Roberto . . . Trevi Fountain . . . G.B. 
. . . Black Irish Beauty . . . sincere, understanding 
friend . . . Nassau '63. 



NANCY VARNEY POYNTER 
68 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



Class President 1, A Cappella 1, 2, Corridor Proctor 
2, Class Play 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 3, Talent 
Show 3, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, New Fidelio 
2, Fidebo 3, 4, Sunday School Teacher 4, Head of 
Chanticleers 4, Griffin Captain 4. 

Janer, Proctorpuss ... "I couldn't have lost it just 
standing here" . . . acute aversion to Aug and meh- 
meh . . . "Please, later breakfasts and better coffee?" 
. . . she loves the man despite his deeds . . . Heee- 
Hawr . . . "Of course Panama is civilized; they have 
beach parties just like ours!" ... "I hear an XKE" 
. . . harp in back pocket . . . "The First Time" . . . 



JANE GRANT PROCTOR 

Harding Road, Clinton, New York 




Flirt with my man, will you! 




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Vv*^fe*" 




Tell me, shoe . 



Class Play 2, A 1 Cappella 2, Cynosure Staff 2, 3, 4, 
Talent Show 3, W.U.S. Representative 3, Honor Roll 
3, Library Committee 3, 4, Head of W.U.S. 4. 

Rob . . . "Seweridge!" . . . Dave ... "I will resist 
Mrs. Shlossberg on Friday!" . . . "1i only I could 
stop eating for a week" . . . moody . . . "Rut I have 
to be watched every second" . . . Jessup . . . "food, 
food, food" . . . blond hair ... "I refuse to look for 
leaves" . . . loves: Riology, XKE's, boys, Water Is- 
land, and blaring radios . . . "Suh-welll" 



ROBIN LAVELLE RICHARDS 
1085 Ridge Road, Hamden, Connecticut 



Class Play 1, Day Student Proctor 1, Class Dance 
Committee 2, Talent Show 3, Varsity Tennis 3, 
Varsity Lacrosse 3, Numerals 3, Circle Roard 4. 

Patrick . . . "Did that car have a black top or 
a white one?" . . . "Okay, youse guys, who's got the 
car?" . . . "Oh, don't tell me I forgot my combination 
again!" . . . those ( eyelashes . . . "You lika da spaghet 
or da pizzaaaa?" . . . "Whadya mean Greene? — 
Rulger" . . . One of the Greater Lawrence Reauty 
Queens . . . "Pepita, vamos a la clase de espafiol." 




PATRICIA DABNEY ROVERSI 
111 Highland Road, Andover, Massachusetts 



Coffee, tea, or MILK? 




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Oh . . . er 



hello. 



JOANNE SCHWIEBERT 

180 Woodridge Circle, New Canaan, Connecticut 



Class Play 2, New Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3, 4, Class 
Treasurer 2, 4, Honorable Mention 2, 3, Honor Roll 
4, Talent Show 3, Chanticleers 3, 4, Cynosure ( Busi- 
ness Staff 3, Business Manager 4), Current Events 
Club 4. 

Jo, Schwieb ... that long hair . . . piles of lists 
. . . G.P.G. ... the walks through P.A. . . . "I'm late 
again — Chanticleers started fifteen minutes ago!" 
. . . two dozen red roses and three boxes of candy 
. . . "You're in there!" . . . unique walk . . . bouncy 
personality . . . wide, velvet hairbands . . . lengthy 
letters? . . . sleepy blue eyes . . . gullible . . . sym- 
pathetic listener ... "I just LOVE Abbot; you've 
got to come here!" . . . Union Theological Seminary 
. . . Wilton . . . Experience . . . "If you're going to 
do something, do it all the way." 



Photography Club 3, Talent Show 3, Honor Roll 3, 
Cynosure Staff 3, 4, New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4, Clothes 
Committee 4. 

Amy, Ames . . . permanent residency in the library 
. . . chewing gum . . . "Jay (sigh)" . . . weekly 
visits from her mother . . . Skipper Lee . . . "You eat 
one half, I'll eat the other" . . . Yankee accent ( quote, 
unquote) . . . sweatshirts . . . "Don't throw away 
your stamps!" . . . "But, Miss Dains, I don't under- 
stand the math!" . . . "Hey, you guys!" 



AMY JUDITH SHLOSSBERG 
31 Lakeside Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts 





And in my free time I . . 



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IT'S coffee, IT is. 



Class Play 3, Debating 3, 4, Cynosure Board 4. 

Sukey ... "I don't think I look like Chris Stern 
— she's pretty" . . . "Hi lady!" . . . "Shakespeare's 
quite the little writer" . . . rosy cheeks . . . intel- 
lectual frustration . . . glugh . . . Discipline! . . . 
loved little brothers . . . "I'll need your alarm clock 
again tonight" . . . "yuk yuk" . . . "There just has to 
be some skiing" . . . Jim . . . Tom . . . Bill . . . Bob 
. . . "I'm going on a diet." 



SUSAN CHURCHILL STAFFORD 
42 Portland Street, Keene, New Hampshire 



Class Secretary 3, Class Play 3, Cynosure Board 4. 

"Heffalump" . . . "Better to have loved and lost 
than never to have loved at all" . . . That blond hair 
and blue eyes . . . Charlie Brown . . . "It's about this 
boy" . . . "Exeter was my love!!!" . . . "Guess who 
called?" , m . . "It could be said" . . . "Star light, 
starbright" . . . "He's the kind of boy you can't for- 
get" . . . going bald . . . "how awful!!!" . . . 
"Chances Are ..." 



HILDEGARDE GAY STEIMLE 

755 Park Avenue, New York 21, New York 




Oh, but I am — I just LOOK young! 




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You know I have hay fever! 



Varsity Fencing 3, Honor Roll 3, Honorable Mention 
3, Corridor Proctor 3, Fidelio 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Vice- 
President of A.C.A. 4, Orchestra 4. 

Laura . . . violin, a black cape, and the Abbot 
stride . . . purple passion for history . . . old English 
ballads . . . wrap-arounds . . . "festering idiot!" . . . 
the despair of obstreperous cowlicks . . . puns . . . 
"mirth" . . . one-girl mop-up committee . . . bird 
calls. 



LAURA CAROLINE STEVENSON 
904 Olivia Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 



Class Play 2, Class Secretary 2, Photography Club 
3, 4, Corridor Proctor 4. 

Tommy rot . . . Harvard . . . Exeter summer school 
. . . "Thanx alot; send a sympathy" . . . proctor, par 
excellence . . . "I'm gonna throw Molly out at 7:15 
tonight" . . . "My. hair's falling out!" . . . Sweet 21 
and never been kissed ... "I hope it's snowing up 
north" . . . split ends. 




DALE GODDARD THOMSON 

72 Sargent Road, Swampscott, Massachusetts 




Oh, it was an uneventful weekend! 



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Now, notice the symmetrical balance 
of the eyelashes, kiddies. 



Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Class Play 1, 3, Debating 2, 
Class President 2, Photography Club 4, Secretary of 
Student Government 4. 

Sue . . . Oh, Mrs. Cow . . . "When do we eat?" 
. . . Fat! . . . "Here comes Oompy Kah-ly" ... "I 
don't see why she should come back" . . . "Do you 
have safe drinking water in England? . . . H.G.M.I 
(CM.) . . . "We can go down South where it's 
warm" . . . Respectfully Submitted. 



SUSAN DAIN TRAFTON 
Box 22, Auburn, Maine 



W.U.S. Representative 2, Class Play 2, 3, Cynosure 
2, 3, 4, Talent Show 3, Debating Society 3, 4, 
Photography 3, 4, Circle Board 4. 

Trav . . . Indiana farm girl . . . "Mol — leee" . . . 
Graceful . . . "I've lost it!" . . . shutterbug . . . 
B.B. . . . "Yes, tell us about it" . . . soccer ringer 
. . . "Don't you see the elephants?" . . . Mrs. Wick- 
ham's Cabbage Patch . . . "Bonae Sumus" . . . "Get- 
ting up in the morning?" . . . sweet twenty-one and 
never been kissed . . . always on time . . . Ho, Ho, Ho. 




MARY GRACE TRAVERS 

227 South Seventeenth Street, Richmond, Indiana 




I LUV my teddy bear! 



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SUSAN STARR VAN WINKLE 
31 Center Street, Rye, New York 



Yeah, it looks like a long night! 



Library Club 2, A Cappella 2, A.C.A. Representative 
2, 3, Class Play 2, 3, Current Events Club 2, 4, New 
Fidelio 2, Fidelio 3, 4, Bazaar Executive Committee 
2, Bazaar Committee Chairman 3, A.C.A. President 
4, Cynosure Staff 4. 

Winky ... "I bring you good tidings — it's your 
turn!" . . . squeaky clods . . . "Scratch that one" 
. . . "All dolls must have underwear!" . . . "My hair 
has everything — fuzz, curls, waves, kinks, and 
body!" . . . "Slowly I turn ..."... "I want to get 
sick again so I don't have to take sports" . . . Chipped 
beef. 



Honorable Mention 1, Choir 1, 3, 4, Varsity 1, 3, 
Honor Roll 1, 3, Numerals 3, "A" Pin 3, Fidelio 3, 
4, Chanticleers 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Madrigals 4, 
Treasurer of A.A.A. 4, School Songleader 4. 

Gwynnie . . . "Don't walk on the clean rug; I 
use it for exercising on" . . . "I've had this same as- 
signment notebook since 7th grade" . . . "I'm not 
mumbling; I'm harmonizing for the Chanticleers" 
. . . Abbot stride . . . "I'm not really hungry; I ate 
three days ago" . . . "Think how fast I'll be on the 
tennis court!' . . . Likes: wheat germ, yogurt, 95° 
weather, mixed-doubles partners. 



GWYNETH VAN ANDEN WALKER 
271 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 





Take that, Dixon! 



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LAURA LOUISE WALTUCH 
16 Hill vale Drive, St. Louis 5, Missouri 



Save the Marlboro Man. 



Debating 3, Talent Show 3, Bazaar Committee Chair- 
man 3, Class Vice-President 3, Fidelio 3, 4, Choir 
3, 4, Current Events 4, President of Student Govern- 
ment 4. 

Laurie . . . HiMartyheyMartyhi . . . "Sure — you're 
nice" . . . "O cursed spite that ever I was born to set 
it right!" . . . Claremont's ressurrected . . . "My 
dinosaurs are stretching" . . . H.G.M.O. . . . The 
Tourist ... "I hope I set my clocks" . . . "Oh, 
Laurie, Mrs. Mayer called" . . . "There's no place 
like the senior rec room — (now that Anna is gone)" 
. . . "It's not the earth the meek inherit — it's the 
dirt" . . . "St. Louis is not a little city." 



Class Play 3, Play Production Play 3, Sunday School 
Teacher 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Fidelio 4. 

Mol, Webfoot, Web . . . "Listen, kiddies" . . . 
swimmers . . . "meanwhile, back at the ranch" . . . 
THE sweater . . . "It's your turn" . . . skating ringer 
. . . "Hey, Trav" . . . Bonae Sumus . . . Catde Cross- 
ing — in this room is prohibited ... "I haven't got 
a thing to wear" . . . Mrs. Wickham's Cabbage Patch 
. . . Sweet twenty-one and never been kissed . . 
neat room . . . Ho, Ho, Ho. 



MOLLY MOORE WEBSTER 
15 Lloyden Drive, Atherton, California 





I've heard it works better than aspirin 
and coke. 



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Sorry Charlie — only the finest tuna 
can become Whippte-Kist. 



Photography Club 4, Library Committee 4, Current 
Events Club 4. 

Whippie . . . "Whatcha doin', Joney?" — "Naught 
too motch (right now!)" . . . Oquinguit, that traveling 
town . . . The hat . . . Sweet 21 and never been 
kissed . . . Tortoise shell barrette . . . I.B.T.C. . . . 
seaguppa . . . "It's your turn" . . . ho, ho, ho . . . 
"Days of Wine and Roses." 



JOAN MORGAN WHIPPLE 
290 Bayville Road, Locust Valley, New York 



Class Play 3, New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4. 

Suzanne . . . classical records . . . Stravinsky . . . 
dragons . . . piano . . . "Oh, sugar!" . . . ivy and 
gourds . . . dried flowers . . . "Trouble, bubble?" 
. . . One-and-a-half bushels of apples . . . the Maine 
drawl . . . Scottish bagpipes. 



SUZANNE GRAY WOODWARD 
41 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Maine 





Hail to thee, blithe spirit 



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One for the road. 



Class Play 3, Talent Show 3, Choir 3, 4, Fidelio 3, 4, 
Current Events 4, Photography Club 4, Secretary of 
A.C.A. 4, Madrigals 4. 

Lisa ... "I don't care; I'll let you fold the folding 
chair" . . . "Let's write things in the snow" . . . 
"He'll bring me spice, sugar and rice" . . . H. G.M.I. 
(CM.) . . . "We can go down South where it is 
warm (but let's stop in Norway first!)" . . . "I'm 
starving!" 



ELISA TESTMAN WRIGHT 
59 Main Street, Noank, Connecticut 



ENTERED COLLEGE END OF SR. MID YEAR 




Nina Hopkins 
127 South Street 
Raynham Center, 

Massachusetts 



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Our expatriot Senior . . 
come do it in my room" . . . 
the balalaika . . . "Are you 
coming back for graduation?" 



Mary Sturgeon 

Creole Petroleum Co. 

Apt. 889 

Caracas, Venezuela 

Mare . . . Stooge . . . "Only 
165 days 'til summer . . . "But 
Barks, I used to be neat" . . . 
Jerry . . . Flash ... U. of A. 




Senior Class Officers 




J. Schwiebert, J. Lang, M. Coleman, (President), L. Perkin 





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CLASS HISTORY 

Sherman . . . Mrs. Bond and presidential elections . . . doors oft hinges . . . notes 
up and down the outdoor pulley . . . visitors on the roof . . . Latin Scholars 
. . . kitchen raid . . . private Xmas party . . . Katie & Princeton . . . Seniors 
Paffard and Osborne add the "it" to Mrs. Brown's Gustov's Scoll . . . Janice's 
tabletop imitations . . . "The Knave of Hearts" reduced six pages with policemen 
in tow . . . third floor hideout enhanced by Honora murals . . . happy gremlins 
. . . Hoppy's wee woom . . . blinking flashlights at midnight . . . Judge Bass 
. . . lecture on "How to be a Lady" . . . class like no other . . . 

Abbey and French ... 35 new faces ... no showers during Miss Connelly's nap 
time . . . hurricane closes school . . . preparing for The Great Pumpkin . . . the 
Exeter rage is on . . . French House's window advantage for making new friends 
. . . two-way radios and French taxi drivers . . . fire escape with no pin . . . squirt 
gun ambushes . . . applesauce during entertainments . . . the vitamin pills . . . 
campused for sob, sob, sob . . . "Good night third floor Abbey, wherever you 
are ..."... steak breakfasts introduced by Ivers . . . The Great Jello War 
. . . limbo, guitars, and Johnny Mathis reign . . . Lucy Eyon's Holy Communion 
. . . Submarine dance ends at 7:29M on the nose . . . Weeds in the Attic, by The 
Know Clique . . . French House's extra week skiing . . . midnight roller skating 
. . . early morning rendezvous . . . Glenna . . . Julius Caesar with a good-looking 
ghost and real blood! . . . Hippopotamus Wallow . . . stickball in the rain on the 
west quad . . . Nancy's class party . . . searchlight from the infirmary . . . 

Draper at last and 20 new faces . . . prostration initiation . . . WUSH starring 
Heidi-Subi . . . inventory of Molly's wardrobe . . . "Jackie, is that your dog again?" 
. . . silverfish thrive . . . evergrowing hole in Linda and Susie's wall . . . January 
Privileges . . . "Someone used my bathtub while I was on my weekend" . . . 
PROMiscuity and fun behind the drapes . . . night-time marbles and yoga in the 
halls . . . Emory and Amy make a hit in impromtu appearance in "Bye, Bye 
Birdie" . . . "The First Time" born to live forever . . . Jelly Belly plagued by Paige 
and Janie . . . "Who has the doorknob?" . . . Pris and Moby Reltney . . . piercing 
ears . . . Bazaar . . . cotton candy . . . Red Rover and Margie's concussion . . . 
elections . . . P.A. and the P.T. raid . . . night watchman botches nocturnal 
wanderings . . . 

Yipes! — SENIORS! . . . offices . . . college? . . . Mixer smoking . . . first prize for 
most lates to Marty and Laurie . . . Exeter ratings . . . Cold Water, Virginia with 
a diminishing population . . . college??? the countdown begins . . . Mrs. O'Neil 
& Co. . . . Beatles . . . Pat's endless source of wind for lacrosse . . . Prom is Horror 
Show . . . popular kitchenette dominated by Meredith and Lucy (while the fun 
lasts ) . . . the missing liver . . . traditions continue to fall right and left . . . sun- 
bathing . . . cocktail (?) party . . . alumnae party in N.Y. 










We, the editors of the 1964 CIRCLE, after considering the relative merits 
of the members of the Senior Class, were unable to find among them one indivi- 
dual who might be considered a perfect Abbot girl. Consequently, by combining 
the attributes of manv we have created our own. 



HAIR-Freidle Laaff 



EYES-Lucy Bingham 
NOSE-Lucy Eynon 
SMILE-Heidi Paffard 



FIGURE-Carol Barker 



HANDS-Sally Froeber 



LEGS— Connie Chamberlain 




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FIRST TERM OFFICERS 
L. Learned, A. Rahilly, H. Demarest (Presi- 
dent), B. Lage. 



SECOND TERM OFFICERS 
K. Platz, B. Foote, E. Huntington, D. Downs 
( President ) . 



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J. Hyde, R. Gamble, E. Birdsall, M. Krakauer, E. Giblin. 



Draper 




FIRST FLOOR 
Standing: H. Demarest, K. Platz, S. Massengale, G. Ylitalo, R. Sullivan, C. Chipman, L. 
Mock. Seated: K. Staples, W. Treneer, L. Learned, D. Gaines, E. Eder, K. Smith, R. Wood, 
B. Dow. 




SECOND FLOOR 
Third row: S. Vanderlinde, A. Roche, K. Abler, A. Rahilly, O. Motch, E. Lage, K. Swenson, 
V. Weber, M. Babson, K. Rice, A. Bradshaw. 

Second row: M. Spaulding, E. Davis, S. Spangler, J. Barker, R. Tyler, J. Brazer, B. Sykes, 
G. Goldstein. 
First row: M. Fales, B. Suhr, E. Huntington, S. Watson, D. Downs, C. Buxton. 




THIRD FLOOR 

Third row: P. Osborn, A. McDermott, M. Strauss, J. Kurzon, A. Morrill, A. Davies, A. 

Hopkins, E. Foote, K. Stover, S. Voorhees. 

Second row: L. Halford, M. Wilson, S. Harney, V. Bertsche, B. Lawton, C. Stillman, L. 

Beckvold. 

First row: C. Reische, M. Scott, F. Green, C. Choy, S. Veasey. 



Junior Class 




FIRST TERM OFFICERS 
E. Sobiloff, F. Jones, B. Moulton (Presi- 
dent), S. Lebach. 




SECOND TERM OFFICERS 
E. Ross, N. Warlick, B. Hazard (President), W. 
Thomas. 



Day Students 




D. Woodworth, C. Zollner, B. Roediger, B. Hayes, L. Somers, N. Warlick, L. Haselton, 
J. Dupont, L. Crane, S. Lebach. 



French House 




Back row: B. Barker, A. Gould, L. Thomson, M. Porter, V. Depeyster, L. Fletcher, J. 
Abbott, B. Ware, K. Fuller, L. Burling. Front row: B. Armsden, S. Downs, M. Miller, B. 
Hazzard, R. Bendetson, P. Cortes, B. Timkin, W. Thomas, M. Weis. 



Abbey House 




FIRST FLOOR 
A. Chamberlain, B. Hazard, H. Max, D. Little, S. Erwin, N. Whitehead, 
M. Bayles. 




SECOND FLOOR 

J. Kloth, D. Hanes, I. Rock, D. Wlodkoski, S. Watling, A. Todd, 
J. Bricker, E. Ross, B. Slaymaker, F. Jones. 




THIRD FLOOR 
L. Thomson, C. Lashnits, C. Gaines, M. Watson, E. Walker, B. Moulton, 
J. Froeber, J. Lippincott. E. Sobjloff, C. Taylor, M. Church, M. Ryder. 



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Prep Class 





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FIRST TERM OFFICERS 
C. Hansen, L. Cannon, A. Dickerson (Presi- 
dent), H. Washburn. 




SECOND TERM OFFICERS 
N. Howe, M. Wilde, K. Hoover (President), 
A. Miller. 



Day Students 




Back row: C. Arragg, H. Washburn, P. Pendelton. Front row: E. Birdsall, 
L. Cregg, G. Niziak, X. Howe, H. Whitney, J. Haley, D. DeXuccio, M. Wilde. 



Sherman 




Standing: M. Goldman, L. Rudman. M. Major, D. Green, K. Hoover, A. Bowser, A. Miller. 
Kneeling: B. Read, B. Barker, S. Cobb, M. Hadley, L. Cannon, A. Dickerson, M. Kaplan. 
Missing: C. Hansen. 



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Standing: S. Trafton, M. Coleman, B. Moulton, S. Lebach, H. Demarest, J. Lang, L. Cannon, 
A. Dickerson, A. Rahilly. Seated: H. Paffard, F. Laaff, L. Waltuch (President), D. Kiarsis, 
S. VanWinkle. 



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FIRST TERM 
Standing: L. Pattberg, E. Rudman, M. Finnigan, S. Voorhees, R. Bendetson, M. Ryder, S. 
Watson, A. Brooks, B. Armsden, P. Osborn. Seated: K. Hoover, R. Reynolds, D. Thomson, 
D. Kiarsis (Chairman), M. Chase, J. Kloth, K. Smith. 




SECOND TERM 
Standing: B. Timken, M. Deutsch, B. Lage, D. Kiarsis (Chairman), M. Goldman, K. Jones, 
C. Erwin. Seated: C. Hansen, A. Davies, L. Learned, M. Chase, A. Miller, G. Overbagh, 
B. Foote, B. Suhr, M. Watson. 



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A. C. A. Officers 



Susan Van Winkle 
Pat Morrill 
Laura Stevenson 
Elisa Wright 



A. C. A. Representatives 




K. Staples, C. Taylor, E. Ross, M. Hinckley, P. Roversi, S. Woodward, E. Bird- 
sail, M. Kaplan, B. Hazard, D. Green, B. Armsden, B. Hazard, S. Van Winkle 
(President), C. Reische, G. Goldstein, B. Marti. 



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W. U. S. Representatives 



Standing: D. Green, L. Clark, L. 
Bingham, L. Learned, M. Mock, D. 
Downs, R. Bendetson, R. Richards, 
(chairman), J. Lippincott, M. Rvder, 
If. Babson, M. Fales, M. Hinckley, 
K. Jones. Seated: B. Read, D. 
Hanes, J. Kloth, D. Barraclough, L. 
Crane, H. Coolidee, S. Stafford. S. 
Hamey, A. Raleigh, B. Barker. Miss- 
ing: S. Erwin. S". McArdle. 




Photography Club 




Standing: M. Tra%-ers, S. Trafton, 

B. Parson, B. Read, A. Davies, S. 
Vanderlinde, S. Cobb, H. Coolidge, 
M. Webster, W. Treneer, S. Hamev, 
J. Parker, A. Rahilly, G. Gruver, F. 
Laaff, D. Thomson, K. Abler, B. 
Revnolds, A. Brooks. Seated: L. 
Clark. B. Suhr, A. Miller, M. Fales, 
M. Finnigan, B. Armsden. M. Babson, 
F. Green, D. Downs, G. Goldstein, 
J. Hamey (president), J. Whipple. 
S. Voorhees, C. Barker. B. Moulton, 

C. Lashnits, M. Durham, K. Staples, 
J. Lippincott, L. Porter, E. Hunting- 
ton, M. Mock, E. Wright. 



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Social Committee 



Standing: R. Tyler, C. Chamberlain 
(chairman), L. Crane. Seated: C. 
Hewitt, M. Low, L. Griswold. 




Current Events Club 




Seated, 2nd row: J. Whipple, G. 
Steimle, S. Voorhees, L. Bingham, S. 
Woodward, E. Wright, P. Bossi, L. 
Perkin, S. Van Winkle, Miss Minard 
(advisor), S. Harney, M. Mock, A. 
Rahilly, D. Downs, J. Barker, M. 
Babson, E. Huntington, M. Fales, K. 
Jones. 3rd row: K. Smith, G. Gold- 
stein, F. Green, C. Reische, D. Green, 

A. Shlossberg, R. Richards, M. Low, 

B. Marti. Standing: P. Morrill, M. 
Travers, A. Davies, H. Coolidge, J. 
Harney, P. Osbom, B. Lage, V. 
Clemens, J. Schwiebert, D. Kiarsis, 
M. Deutsch, J. Emerson, C. Stillman, 
B. Lawton, G. Gruver. Missing: L. 
Waltuch. 



Debating 



Front: A. Morrill, B. Lawton, L. 
Learned, A. Davies, M. Finnigan, K. 
Stover, M. Babson, M. Travers, C. 
Stillman, S. Froeber (president), S. 
Stafford, B. Hazard. Back: V. We- 
ber, K. Platz, P. Morrill, M. Chase, 
C. Reische, G. Goldstein, S. Watson, 
M. Fales, E. Huntington. 





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Library Committee 




Standing: J. Whipple, L. Learned 
B. Dow, R. Richards, C. Choy, C 
Reische, F. Green, G. Goldstein, K 
Smith. 2nd row: C. Barker, S. Voor 
hees, M. Durham, A. Brooks. S. Almy 
S. Watson, L. Bingham, M. Mock 
E. Davis. 1st row: B. Reynolds, J 
Barker, K. Jones, S. Harney, ' K 
Swenson, V. Bcrtsche (chairman), V 
Clemens, V. Weber, A. Davies, A 
Bradshaw. 



Choir 



1st row: K. Abler, K. Staples, B. 
Hayes, B. Sykes, R. Wood, L. Wal- 
tuch. 2nd row: H. Demerest, L. 
Halford, C. Hewitt, L. Griswold, L. 
Mack (president), A. Bradshaw, L. 
Stevenson, E. Wright, L. Buxton. 3rd 
row: D. Kiarsis, G. Walker, B. 
Giblin, P. Morrill. 




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J. Schwiebert, M. Hinckley, P. Pedersen, A. Hill, G. Walker, J. 
Proctor, P. Bossi, M. Bateman. 



Fidelio 




First row: B. Sykes, K. Smith, N. Poynter, Miss Warner (Director), L. Mack (Librarian), 
L. Grisvvold (President), P. Bossi (Librarian), A. Shlossberg, S. Localio, M. Durham. 
Second row: M. Hinckley, K. Abler, S. VanWinkle, M. Foley, E. Eder, S. Spangler, L. 
Bingham, K. Staples, L. Stevenson, A. Brooks. Tliird row: R. Reynolds, G. Ylitalo, A. John- 
son, P. Pedersen, S. Almy, E. Birdsall, L Hyde, L. Beckvold, C. Buxton, C. Hewitt. Fourth 
row: B. Hugon, L. Halford, R. Wood, H. Demarest, P. Morrill, B. Parson, F. Laaff, L. 
Waltuch, G. Walker, S. Froeber. Fifth row: J. Harney, A. Bradshaw, E. Giblin, B. Lage, 
V. Bertsche, A. Morrill, W. Treneer, D. Barraelough, M. Webster, D. Kiarsis. Sixth row: L. 
Eynon, S. Woodward, L. Porter, B. Foote, M. Bateman, M. Coleman, E. Wright, A. Hill, 
J. Proctor. 



Ski Club 




Standing: E. Barker, K. Platz, B. Barker. Seated: C. 
Barker, L. Clark, J. Barker, S. Trafton. 



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Circle 



Standing: G. Gruver, A. Hill. L. Pattberg, J. 
Harney. Seated: V. Clemens, P. Roversi, S. Lo- 
calio (Editor), M. Travers, D. Barraelough. 
Missing: Mrs. Powel (Advisor), Ivers Bever. 





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Back: B. Hayes, K. Staples, P. Bossi, E. Eder. 
Front: P. Pedersen, A. Johnson (Editor), M. 
Deutsch, R. Monatt. Missing: Miss Way (Advi- 
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Cynosure 




Front row: A. Davies, G. Steimle, R. Richards. V. Bertsche, M. Coleman, L. 
Clark. Second rote: K. Swenson, L. Evnon, C. Hewitt, J. Schwiebert, B. Parson 
(Editor-in-Chief), D. Kiarsis, J. Lane;. K. Smith, S. Stafford. Back row: S. 
Watson, A. Schlossberg, E. Sobiloff, M. Foley, M. Miller, G. Gniver, H. Parson, 
M. Travers, S. Froeber, R. Gamble, A. Hill, S. Van Winkle, L. Learned. 



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A. A. A. Officers 




H. Paffard (President), N. Poynter, C. Barker, G. Walker. 



Athletic Council 




J. Proctor, N. Poynter, C. Barker, H. Parson, G. Walker, D. Green, L. 
Fletcher, seated, H. Paffard (President). 



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GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 



Standing: L. Beckvold, 
B. Lage, C. Hewitt, C. 
Rice. First row: D. Lit- 
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GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS 




J. Brazer, M. Fales, M. Babson, J. Foster, S. Froeber, G. Ylitalo, L. Walker, J. Froeber, A. 
Hill. Missing: J. Kurzon. 



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N. Poynter, S. Localio (captain), M. Finningan, N. McArdle. Missing: J. 
Schwiebert. 



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P. Roversi, L. Haselton, 

A. Bradshaw, R. Tyler, 

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C. Hewitt, T. Hopkins, G. Bertsche, P. Morrill, H. Paffard (captain), H. Demarest, 
L. Perkin, B. Reynolds, D. Fleming, A. Miller, L. Eynon, G. Goldstein. Missing 
B. Dow. 

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M. Travers, B. Foote, G. Walker (captain), S. Froeber, L. Pattberg, L. Crane, 
G. Steimle, L. Bingham, P. Bossi, R. Richards, S. Voorhees. 




TENNIS 



M. Coleman, C. Barker, 
B. Parson, L. Waltuch, 
J. Meyers. 




H. Coolidge, O. Motch, S. Stafford, L. Porter, E. Ross, M. Goldman, M. Fales, J. 
Brazer, F. Laaff (captain), M. Foley, B. Hazard, D. Green. Missing: S. Mas- 
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H. Paffard, V. Bertsche, P. Morrill, J. 
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Fencing 



G. Walker, J. Meyers, S. Froeber, L. 
Bingham, L. Porter, B. Parson (captain), 
C. Barker, R. Richards. 



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S. Localio, A. Brooks, T. Hopkins, P. Morrill, B. Hugon, H. Wilson, S. Spangler, L. 
Learned, C. Choy, missing, L. Waltuch, P. Bossi, M. Deutsch. 



Modern Dance 




Standing: T. Brainerd, C. Rice, B. Lage, A. Rahilly, L. Burling, B. Roediger, K. Stover, 
C. Stillman, L. Beckvold, F. Jones, B. Slaymaker, S. Stafford, G. Ylitalo, B. Beynolds, M. 
Hinckley. Kneeling: B. Hazzard, B. Armsden, B. Sykes, E. Eder, W. Thomas, M. Durham, 
H. Demarest, E. Huntington, M. Fales, M. Ryder, D. Downs, S. Voorhees, S. Vcasey, missing, 
M. Bahson, D. Barraclough, B. Hayes, P. Pedersen, L. Stevenson, S. Trafton, M. Webster. 



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13-17 Faneuil Hall Market 

BOSTON 9 - MASS. 

Capitol 7-1217 -:- -:- Richmond 2-3452 



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NO SEAMS TO WORRY ABOUT ! 



SEAMLESS STOCKINGS BY 



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BEST WISHES 



to all my girls 



in the 



CLASS OF '64 






George 



Telephone 475-1855 

ANDES 
BEAUTY SALON 

Thirty-one Main Street 
ANDOVER - MASSACHUSETTS 

Ande's Coiffures Reflect Quality 
and Style 



Visit us soon, at our new location 
The Olde Andover Village 
Main Street — Andover, Mass. 




When Visiting 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 

we would be pleased 
to serve you at 

Ford Village of Dover 

and 

Ford Village of Hampton 

Complete Sales and Service 



THE DODGE ASSOCIATES 

Care of Trees and Shrubs 
WENHAM MASS. 

A. R. Retelle 
Andover Office 475-0841 

- BOSTON - 



Billings, Inc. 

Jewelers 
26 Main Street Andover 

Phone Gr 5-0742 



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404 SOUTH MAIN STREET - ROUTE 28 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

475-1996 

Edward A. Romeo 

I d s t o n e s 

HOUSE AND BARN 



• COCKTAILS — LUNCHEONS — DINNERS — SPECIAL FUNCTIONS • 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



THE ANDOVER 
BOOKSTORE 



REINHOLD'S 

FOOTWEAR 
HOSIERY 

13 Main Street - ANDOVER 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



WRIGHT & DITSON 

Division of Spalding Sales Corporation 

GIRLS SCHOOL and COLLEGE OUTFITTERS 

462 Boylston Street 



Boston 



Massachusetts 



GREETINGS 

And 

SALUTATIONS 

From 

Master David 



Jet. U.S. Interstate Route 93 & 133 
Restaurant — Cocktail Lounge 

51 Rooms — Radio — TV — Phone 

COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICE 

Telephone code 617 475-5400 



With Appreciation 
To the Faculty 

For A Difficult Assignment 



A PARENT 



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TO GLENNA 

From Her Girls 

MOLLY, MARY, ALLIS, 
and DALE 



The most colorful, handsome, 
casual clothes for 

young ladies 
will be found at 



MACARTNEY'S 




The Coffee Mill 



Breakfast — Luncheon — Supper 



125 MAIN STREET 



Andover 



Mass. 



BEST 
WISHES 



to the CLASS OF '64 



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ARLINGTON TRUST COMPANY 



Andover, Lawrence, Methuen, 
Middleton, North Andover, 

Massachusetts 



Member Federal Deposit 
Insurance Corporation 



Bakery Treats 

by 

Susie Sweets 

at the 

OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE 

89 Main Street 

Telephone 475-0753 




BEST WISHES TO THE 



CLASS OF 1961 



The Andover Shop 

bailors anb JfurntSfjcrs 



IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 



CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES 



CAMBRIDGE 




ANDOVER 



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ANDOVER 
PLAYHOUSE 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MR. & MRS. EMIL J. 



PATTBERG 



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DARLING ASSOCIATES 

REAL ESTATE 
Mrs. David Darling, Realtor 

24 CHESTNUT STREET, ANDOVER 
475-4515 

Mr. Howell Stillman, Mr. William Turner, 
Mrs. L. J. Roversi 




THE 
SUPERS 




best wishes 



from 



THE ANDOVER INN 



CHAPEL AVENUE 



a Treadway Inn 
- ANDOVER, MASS. 




soTVBy to sl€l you GO 



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PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. John Fleming 
Mr. & Mrs. James Sullivan 
Mr. & Mrs. George Webster 
Dr. & Mrs. Milton J. Meyers 
Mrs. Joseph Coughlin 
Dr. & Mrs. Fred G. Arragg 
James Beauty Salon 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. Hinkley 
Mr. & Mrs. Micheal Bever 
Mr. & Mrs. Lon C. Hill, III 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric Brainerd 
Dr. & Mrs. Frederick Wies 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Bricker 
Mrs. Norris Chipman 
Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Burling 
Mr. & Mrs. William Harney 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Vanderlinde 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Foley 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Steimle 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Huntington 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Green 
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford L. Porter 
Dr. & Mrs. James Major 



Mr. & Mrs. Stuart D. Watson 
Mr. & Mrs. William Hewitt 
Mr. & Mrs. John Massengale 
Dr. & Mrs. Meyer Goldstein 
Dr. & Mrs. Aldolph DeNuccio 
Dr. & Mrs. Wilbur S. Brooks 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee Stover 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Bendetson 
Mr. & Mrs. William Goldman 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank Scoot Perkin 
Mr. & Mrs. William VanWinkle 
Mrs. Clair Spangler 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Wood 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Wlodkoski 
Mr. & Mrs. Grant D. Whipple 
Mr. & Mrs. Chester H. Clemens 
Mr. & Mrs. Horace M. Poynter 
Mrs. Priscilla Wilson 
Mr. & Mrs. T. J. Coleman 
Mr. & Mrs. William Bateman 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hoover 
Dr. & Mrs. Merrill Reische 
Mrs. Frank Shlossberg 



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